First, I'll define an action as something such as pushing a button, or
walking through a doorway. Right now people want to do:
Which grates on me personally :) I'm trying to convince them that sticking
closer to the standard is best, but I cannot find a usable tag which would
work for defining this anchor as being of a different type or class. I have
not read SGML specs, so I'm unsure as to what the CLASS attribute represents,
but what I feel would be best is something like:
<a href="..." type=action>Push the Button</a>
Actions of this sort will happen no matter what, what I'm asking is what
syntax is most preferable? I considered rel=... but that didn't seem
Also, I left out the href=... part because its using its own protocol,
based of HTTP-NG (since HTTP-NG seems to have died). More specs on
this are at http://cold.org:8080/VEIL.html (for those curious enough).
I appreciate your time.
(BTW, if it comes down to it, i'd prefer to use an existing invalid
extension, at least that is not adding to the decay--so suggestions
in those directions are also appreciated).